Jun 28, 2016
Episode 128: Martin MacDonald evaluates the latest protein
research discussions, the concept of carbohydrate tolerance, and
conservation of muscle mass with large calorie deficits.
Martin is the founder of Mac-Nutrition, a thriving nutrition consultancy boasting sought after long-term internship and weekend mentorship...
Jun 23, 2016
Episode 127: Sarah Doyle of The Better Life Project discusses the how to develop habits, create change, set goals, and cultivate a healthy relationship with food in ourselves and others.
Jun 20, 2016
Episode 126: Melissa Davis PhD of Renaissance Periodization discusses the most important dietary and training principles to consider when planning nutrition and training periods.
Currently Melissa is a Research Scientist at University of California at Irvine (UCI) in the field of neurobiology and behaviour, with focus...
Jun 14, 2016
Episode 125: Cassandra Forsythe PhD, RD discusses the factors that cause loss of the menstrual cycle, what can be done about cellulite and the potential for low FODMAP diets in treatment of IBS.
Cassandra is an assistant professor in the Physical Education and Exercise Science Department at Central Connecticut...
Jun 7, 2016
Episode 124: Brent Ruby PhD, discusses his lab's fascinating work on the upper limits of energy expenditure, markers of over-training vs. real-world performance, and the role of environment & temperature on performance and recovery.
Brent is the director of the University of Montana Center for Work Physiology and...